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Looking for a quiet French/Italian place in Albany

Kim Graves | May 31, 200002:28 PM     1

I'm meeting a dear friend from college (20 years ago) who I haven't seen for 11 years in Albany next weekend for lunch. I need a place with good food, seamless service, and low noise level, (Italian/French/or other) where we can sit for three hours and catch up. Money is not an issue, but the food is! The sort of place I'm thinking of is like Chez Jacqueline or Felidia in NYC. What do you all suggest?

Thanks for your help.

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